Jeff Miner, LPC, M.Ed.

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Miner has made the pursuit of excellence in sports a focal point of his career. He played competitive sports up to the collegiate level and has been involved as a coach for athletes of all ages. As a professional, he worked for the United States Olympic Committee and as the Director of Research for the National Institute of Child Centered Coaching.

In his book, Coach’s Planner, Miner helps coaches to understand the psychological and legal aspects of sports coaching - providing proven techniques for motivating athletes. He has also written several articles in national publications regarding; Motivation, Getting into the Zone, Overcoming Obstacles, Ethical Practices by Coaches, Eating Disorders, and Making Sports Fun for the Athlete and Parenting Elite Athletes—What To Say When Your Child Loses.

With more than 30 years of experience in psychology and athletics, Miner has always worked to make sure that athletes get the most enjoyment out of their sport and their abilities. Miner helps those he works with set personal goals and develop a concrete plan towards achieving those goals. His determination and enthusiasm have helped athletes change old patterns of thinking and gain control over the emotional and stressful aspects of their sport.

Miner received his bachelor’s degree from Utah State and his master’s degree from University of Utah. In his professional career, he worked with several Utah Jazz players and worked for the US Olympic Committee.

Julie Hall, Director & Certified Wellness Coach

Hall came to the Triumph Program three years ago after taking several years to stay at home raising her two kids. Prior to having kids, she obtained her undergraduate degree from William Woods University with a major in Psychology and a minor in Business. She went on to Northwestern University in Chicago, where she received her certificate in Orthotics. She practiced as a Certified Orthotist for 8 years before leaving to stay at home. While taking a sabbatical from her working life, she earned her Wellness Coaching certification through the Mayo School of Health Sciences. She has also completed multiple nutrition courses at the Huntington College of Health Sciences.

Julie has always been intrigued by mental toughness and peak performance. She is excited to be part of the Triumph Team where she can help others to become the best version on themselves. As the Director, Hall plays an integral role in helping to develop the curriculum of the program. Her other duties are to ensure all business goals and objectives are reached. She is always striving to make the Triumph Program as effective as it can be to help their clients.


Caitlin Mordan, Intern

As an intern at the Triumph Program, Caitlin has worked to create a space where others can feel at ease exploring emotions and motivations connected with their sport of choice, and a space that allows them to find their true potential. She developed an interest in athletes as a result of her own experience as an internationally ranked Irish dancer- having competed at the regional, national, and All-Ireland championships regularly. Her own experience as an athlete has allowed her to develop a unique connection and eye for what an athlete needs in order to reach their competitive goals. While she has a specific interest in struggles with eating and exercise and their interaction with athletes and their life, Caitlin is also interested in the impact
that concussions have on an athlete.

Caitlin in currently in her final year pursuing her M.A. in Counseling and Guidance, Mental Health at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She received her B.S. in mathematics with a concentration in engineering from the University of Kansas. Caitlin found a passion for psychology and the mind during her 200hr yoga certification at CorePower Yoga, and has never looked back.


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